Ze sall say aneuch, gif the mater or ground do lyke yow, and mony fair wordis to Lethingtoun.
Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587 Various
Ze sall say aneuch, gif the mater or ground do lyke yow; and mony fair wordis to Lethingtoun.
The Mystery of Mary Stuart Andrew Lang
It’s a shamefu business, and aneuch to mak ony man desperate.
Wilson’s Tales of the Borders and of Scotland Volume 18 Alexander Leighton
adjective (of polyploid cells or organisms) having a chromosome number that is not an exact multiple of the haploid number, caused by one chromosome set being incomplete noun a cell or individual of this type aneuploid an·eu·ploid (ān’yōō-ploid’) n. A cell or an organism characterized by aneuploidy. aneuploid (ān’yə-ploid’) Having a chromosome number that is […]
n. abnormal number of chromosomes, 1934, from aneuploid (1931), Modern Latin, coined 1922 by G. Täckholm from an- (1) “not” + euploid, from Greek eu- “well, good” (see eu-) + -ploid, from ploos “fold” + -oid. aneuploidy an·eu·ploi·dy (ān’yə-ploi’dē) n. The state of having a chromosome number that is not a multiple of the haploid […]
. a male given name. Historical Examples One fact more, and this demonstration that aneurin has been ante-dated will be complete. Notes and Queries, Vol. IV, Number 111, December 13, 1851 Various On aneurin her heart had been set, in him was all her pride. A Book of Ghosts Sabine Baring-Gould aneurin, like a true […]